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    Some questions from a couple who know nothing about the Brazil experience.

    My lady friend and I would like to do a trip to Brazil. (maybe one of many?) I am a veteran of the German FKK scene. She has been to a few clubs in Germany as well as coming with me to one trip in Thailand.

    Would love some advice / pointers. If anyone is from the NYC area (most of the year), or is planning on being in Darmstaadt area or Paris in June to early July would be happy to chat in person. If you need any advice on NYC or Germany I'd be happy to share. Can possibly meet my friend and I in Paris.

    Some info about us, some of it is probably obvious but some of it might be unusual:

    We have never been to Brazil. We don't speak Portuguese. I'd like to bring a female friend of mine so I would like for her to be comfortable. She has been to German FKK clubs with me but our experiences haven't been that great as a couple in Germany as almost none of the girls in FKK clubs are really bisexual at all and enough of the working girls in FKK land give her bad looks so she is rather uninterested in going to the German FKK clubs. She is zero percent jealous and loves watching me fuck but if she isn't welcome in Brazillian Brothels then we need some fun and safe options for occupying her time when I am at the brothels. Maybe we would have luck bringing girls back to the hotel?

    So for a Brazil trip I am concerned about her experience and her safety when I'm busy with any ladies. If we find some pretty bi girls that would be fantastic but not necessary. We both have a taste in skinny as well. Not sure Brazil would be the best for skinny but pretty is pretty. Looking over some of the photos in Brazil photos forum there are some skinnier girls which are within spec who I think I / we would enjoy.

    I assume Sao Paolo and Rio are the best options based on the forum topic titles. We are thinking of going in January 2020 for up to a month. I imagine going during Carnival isn't necessary for our first trip and January would probably be nice and the prices would be higher in February?

    Where do you recommend we stay? What would you budget for hotels? We prefer clean and comfortable but we don't need luxury. I usually stay in hotels in Germany which are about $50-$100 per night and in Phuket & Bangkok Thailand around $40-$70 a night to get an idea of what we have enjoyed in the past. She loved Thailand when we stayed their last year for 3 weeks, mostly Phuket.

    What would you budget for the sex? In German FKK land I usually session for about 1-3 hours per day but when I've found someone really dynamite I've done longer, up to 5+ hours (this is rare). I've also on rare occasions not sessioned at all when I don't find anyone appealing; this usually only happens when I go to a FKK club which my German friend wanted to go to and when we don't share the same taste in girls. Probably done about 10 3 somes as well in FKK when I know at least one of the girls really well.

    Do you think my friend and I will find action together? Or in Brazil will she be spending a lot of time by herself?

    How much would you recommend budgeting for the ladies? For food etc?

    Any must to tourist spots?

    Do you recommend Sao Paolo or Rio or both or both +?

    How would you generalize the human experience / chemistry between yourself and the working girls in Brazil versus the mainly Romanian experience in FKK land?

    Do you guys do condom BJ in Brazil versus Europe or USA? Do you think the risk of STD contraction worse in Brazil?

    What is the legality of sex work in Brazil and what does a mongerer need to know about the laws of the land?

    How much cash are you guys comfortable carrying to and from "brothels". Any fear of money / possessions being taken from your hotel?

    How safe do you feel in the places you frequent in Brazil.

    How safe would my young lady friend who doesn't speak Portuguese feel?

    Side note we both practice martial arts and will probably be looking into some BJJ (Brazilian Jiujitsu) academies while we are down there but I'm pretty sure the BJJ academies are easy to find.

    Ill keep looking into the Brazil forums but I figure introducing myself a bit and asking some questions could be very helpful in getting the ball rolling. Again, happy to meet up in NYC, Paris or Darmstadt (or Frankfurt area) to discuss.

    Thank you kindly for sharing your experience and wisdom.

  2. #2999

    Where / How to exchange money at GIG.

    Where is the best place to exchange money at GIG and what is the best way to get from GIG to Copacabana.

    Thanks.

  3. #2998
    Quote Originally Posted by RockHarders  [View Original Post]
    I am a big fan of Azul; however, some clarification is needed here:

    1. Azul is NOT in Star Alliance; they do however partner with United and TAP Portugal.

    2. Azul DOES charge for checked luggage, but not for carry on luggage.
    Correct. And you can use miles from United's MileagePlus program for flights on Azul. Only 8 k from GRU to CNF, which is very generous compared to what United levies for their own flights.

  4. #2997

    Avianca Colombia

    Avianca's majority shareholder, BRW, defaulted on the Loan, held by United. Avianca was placed as collateral for half a billion dollars. "If BRW cannot repay United, the American airline would become the controlling shareholder. ".

    https://simpleflying.com/united-airl...a-acquisition/

  5. #2996
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    US $6 per leg? Whaaa?
    Just for the seat, as extra service. Not for whole ticket.

  6. #2995
    Quote Originally Posted by RockHarders  [View Original Post]
    I am a big fan of Azul; however, some clarification is needed here:
    1. Azul is NOT in Star Alliance; they do however partner with United and TAP Portugal.2. Azul DOES charge for checked luggage, but not for carry on luggage.
    Thanks for the clarification, although for practical purposes the distinction was moot. Buying the tickets (6 flights) on the United website, full PQM and PQD as well as reward miles were given. Also, reward tickets can be procured for as little as 8,000 miles. With premier 1-K, no charge for luggage. You would know more than me for luggage charges for non-frequent flyers.

  7. #2994
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordico  [View Original Post]
    On my last trip to Brazil I flew 5 legs with GOL. They had a Black Friday offer for the GOL Conforto seats, BRL 25 for each leg and I boarded in the second group after the elderly, pregnant women etc. No hassle at all and well worth the money with dedicated check-in counter and 10 cm extra leg room.
    US $6 per leg? Whaaa?

  8. #2993
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Hold onto yourself now, long enough see the prices Azul charges for an hour or so flight compared to the cost of an Asian discount carrier. And Azul gives snacks free! And water! And they don't charge for luggage. And, Azul is a member of Star Alliance. OK, so you're confused what a discount carrier is.
    I am a big fan of Azul; however, some clarification is needed here:

    1. Azul is NOT in Star Alliance; they do however partner with United and TAP Portugal.

    2. Azul DOES charge for checked luggage, but not for carry on luggage.

  9. #2992

    GOL Conforto

    On my last trip to Brazil I flew 5 legs with GOL. They had a Black Friday offer for the GOL Conforto seats, BRL 25 for each leg and I boarded in the second group after the elderly, pregnant women etc. No hassle at all and well worth the money with dedicated check-in counter and 10 cm extra leg room.

  10. #2991
    Quote Originally Posted by Questner  [View Original Post]
    LATAM is even worse. They make two lanes on boarding, one for passengers with carry-on on wheels, and another for passengers with backpacks. Then they give preference to folks with backpacks, and then when the overhead bins are
    Board the window seats first genius. Only Latam could come up with that.
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  11. #2990
    Quote Originally Posted by Eszpresszo  [View Original Post]
    Yeah, and last August you tried to tell me: "Everybody knows the discount carriers are in Asia and Europe. " Funny thing is Azul is a discount air carrier along with GOL. I sure your statement must also come as a surprise to those in Asia who fly Jetstar, AirAsia, Scoot, Nok and Air Lion. So stop trying to "one up" on everyone with your responses. I don't anyone is impressed.
    Hold onto yourself now, long enough see the prices Azul charges for an hour or so flight compared to the cost of an Asian discount carrier. And Azul gives snacks free! And water! And they don't charge for luggage. And, Azul is a member of Star Alliance. OK, so you're confused what a discount carrier is.

  12. #2989
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Did you guys know that Avianca is the second oldest, continuously operating airline in the world (after KLM)? If they do fold, then it will be an historic moment to note by those who follow the industry. I've flown them many times, and overall they were adequate, especially for short-haul flights. But occasionally, you could experience some third world shit. For example, on some flights they would allow for boarding from both the front and rear of the plane. Hey, why not? The aircraft has those doors, so why not put them to good use? But the problem was that there would be no control over who was boarding through which door. So, you would have idiots with seats at the front of the aircraft running to the rear entrance to board, and people with seats at the back of the aircraft boarding from the front. So, I'm sure you can easily imagine the cluster fuck inside the plane during boarding!
    LATAM is even worse. They make two lanes on boarding, one for passengers with carry-on on wheels, and another for passengers with backpacks. Then they give preference to folks with backpacks, and then when the overhead bins are filled fast with backpacks, and the passengers with larger carry-on luggage have to find the place for them further and further down to the end of the plane, the attendants don't move the smaller pieces down under the seats to free the space. So when it's time to leave the plane, many have to struggle back to pick up their luggage. On one of the flights the crew announced they are going to open the rear door to expedite de-boarding. So when half of the passengers took their luggage and changed direction, the crew changed its mind and never opened the second door.

  13. #2988
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    For example, on some flights they would allow for boarding from both the front and rear of the plane. Hey, why not? The aircraft has those doors, so why not put them to good use? But the problem was that there would be no control over who was boarding through which door. So, you would have idiots with seats at the front of the aircraft running to the rear entrance to board, and people with seats at the back of the aircraft boarding from the front. So, I'm sure you can easily imagine the cluster fuck inside the plane during boarding!
    I thought the rear door was for those boarding with a carry-on chicken.

  14. #2987
    Quote Originally Posted by Golfinho  [View Original Post]
    Azul has had the better connections in Brazil for a while now. Anyone who's a StarAlliance frequent flyer has known that.
    Yeah, and last August you tried to tell me: "Everybody knows the discount carriers are in Asia and Europe. " Funny thing is Azul is a discount air carrier along with GOL. I sure your statement must also come as a surprise to those in Asia who fly Jetstar, AirAsia, Scoot, Nok and Air Lion. So stop trying to "one up" on everyone with your responses. I don't anyone is impressed.

  15. #2986

    Avianca.

    Did you guys know that Avianca is the second oldest, continuously operating airline in the world (after KLM)? If they do fold, then it will be an historic moment to note by those who follow the industry. I've flown them many times, and overall they were adequate, especially for short-haul flights. But occasionally, you could experience some third world shit. For example, on some flights they would allow for boarding from both the front and rear of the plane. Hey, why not? The aircraft has those doors, so why not put them to good use? But the problem was that there would be no control over who was boarding through which door. So, you would have idiots with seats at the front of the aircraft running to the rear entrance to board, and people with seats at the back of the aircraft boarding from the front. So, I'm sure you can easily imagine the cluster fuck inside the plane during boarding!

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